Chicago turned into protest central during NATO
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For the mayor and President Obama, the NATO summit in Chicago presented different political scenarios. NBC's Carol Marin and Chuck Todd explain.
Chicago police Supt. Garry McCarthy speaks outside Prudential Plaza about the NATO protests his officers met this weekend.
Chicago's mayor says the 2012 NATO Summit boosted the city's profile in the world and expresses gratitude to citizens and first responders for how they handled a stressful weekend.
President Obama says the discussions that took place have created an "alliance that is stronger, more capable and more ready for the future."
Taylor Hall, of Wilkinsburg, Pa., allegedly grabbed a bicycle from a police officer, lifted it and forced it against the officers body during Sunday protest.
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Top cop says he never gave an order to use gas on protesters.
Protesters laid down and "played dead" in front of the company's Chicago headquarters.
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